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llllfl HAWAIIAN STAIl, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1009.
Tho woman on tho right nover
used Ayer'a Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair, and now herself suf
fers from neglect. On tho contrary,
tho woman on tho left has alwaya
used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of her youthful appear
ance and attractiveness.
produces beautiful hair. Long,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and Bilky
hair, treo from dandruff.
WELL. OP YOUR
PAINT IT WITH
Pure Prepared Paint
It outlasts all others, and looks
better while It does last.
177 S. Kino Street.
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ed on train.
when your typewriter falls to turn out
first class work.
Send to our siore and let us give It
a general overhauling.
Our Repairing Department Is fully
quipped to do tho work.
The work so dons oy us will pro
long the life ot your machine and en
nblo your stenographer to do
nore and Better
031 Fort Street.
Tho Walklkl Reclamation Commis
sion will probably call a public meet
ing before tho Legislature moots. Maps
and plana,havo, already been prepared,
tut nn'ejciire88l6n?or 'nubile, sentiment;
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III THE OFFING
The Mike Flshoiitcs arc scheduled to
arrive on Friday and they will play
their first game with tho locals on
the following day. j
Eddlo Fernandez expects to break as
good as even with the visitors In the
first game and would not have heart
disease were his bunch to trot out win
ners. He says that as a team the All-Ha-
walls are suuerior to the accrceatlon
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M'nnilnr.nrnrtoro "r MtL.n. In
t.wmt.i uv.. i..u, uiii: tiling 10 v--.
tain if the homesters are going to win nmy be gnthered thilt there wm be a
a game It will bo the first one played, gentle and joyous passage of arms at
Then the miraculous Reach nine will the Orpheum on Saturday night,
be caught short, to use a racing term, Apart from joking, however, the mill
and the diamond Is apt to remind some promises to be a good one and tlio
of the players of the undulating vaga- spectators should get a good run for
ries of the vasty deep. their money. It is up to Promoter
Tho town is preparing to take in the Cohen to put a good one over In the
game en masse. Already the devoted ilstlc entertainment line and if lie does
peanut Is being gotten ready for the so tho local fight-goers will warm up
slaughter, likewise the aunt and grand- to him in a manner which will tickle
mother of the office-boy. the cockles of his heart that is where
Soares and Renter are working to- those particular shellfish are reputed
gether like a charm aud the remainder to be' located.
of the Honolulu nino are in prime con- Do you know who will win? Nay,
dltlon and feeling as skittish as two- nay, Pauline, nary a know,
year-olds. i With a clean break, however, Rellly
Mike Fisher and his galaxy of base- should get the decision. If the war
ball stars will be strenuously greeted fare be waged under stranght rules,
at the wharf, though whether the re- however, Smith should have a decided
ceptlou will take the form of a luau look in.
at the dock Has not as yet been deflnl- Eddie Hlnes and Kid Boquet will fur-
tely decided on.
Trilby Green, the mare owned by
Charlie David and recently thought
well enough of to bo entered for the
rich Merchants' Stakes, run in Hllo on
New Year's Day, is today working be
tween the shafts of a hack. (
The mare was bred in the purple,
being by Imp All Green out of Tribula
tion. At the Coast she showed r;u 'ed
but was what is known ainon, 'he
railbirds as a "morning glory.' That
Is, she would run fast enough in her
work-outs to win stakes but refused
to run at all when the colors were up
and the stable money was down.
Trilby Green worked a nice mile and
a quarter on the Hilo track In 2:18.
Then she got sulky and kept It up over
the meeting. In the only two races
she started in she ran like an arrant
Some horses are highly strung and
consequently hard to get away at tho
barrier or when the flag falls. Other3,
who give the some trouole, are pigs
purely and simply. Trilby Green be
longs to the latter class.
She showed herself no good for rac
ing purposes and, on account of her
swinish disposition, breeding her would
be only too apt to turn out to be a
Therefore it's Trilby "on the lead to
day." Poor old Trilby. "
BIG FIGHT FILMS
Word has been received hero that
Larry Keating, brother-in-law of pu
gilist Tommy Burns, will be in Hono
lulu with the pictures of tho Burns-
Jphnson battle, In a couple ot months i
A heavy josh Is being sprung on the
walkers who competed at the Chinese
Athletic meet at tho Boys' Field on
Saturday. The contestants aro being
affectionately greeted on tho streets
with chin-chin signs and the appella
tions ot Ah Dick, Hop Ayres, Wun
Lung Cheatham, Leo Gibson and Fook
One Individual who seems to , be
particularly tickled at tho merry nu'P
perpetrated on his old friends is "To
St. Clair BIdgood, manager ot the
Halelwa Hotel, doesn't want the pro
posed local Marathon to be run at Ka-
piolanl Park or over any other course
than from Honolulu to Halelwa. In
a letter to the sporting editor of The
Star, BIdgood states that ho will do
all in his power to make the race a
success and asks that nothing definite
be done In tho matter ultll ho has had
a chance to confer with the committee
or to be present at a meeting Bhortly
jto bq called pf all persons Interested in
SCRAPS FULL OP
People who are not discussing the
arrival of the Mlkoltes are talking of
the Smlth-Rellly scientific exhibition
of boxing which takes place 'at tho
Orpheum on Saturday night. A great
many people are discussing both.
Both men aro confident. Rellly
threatens to smash the slats of his
opponent and Frankle of the great
Smith family is on record as having
statel that when he gets through with
Chnrlle tho pastor of the latter's
church won't know him
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From the :iliovn eolilen nromises it
nish the curtain raiser and their rounds
j should be replete with action. So
should the eight-round argument in
j which "Punchbowl" Silva and Soldier
' Miller will participate.
I If Miller gets away with the Portu
guese he will be looked on as a factor
in the row among the big fellows des
pite the mess he made of his go with
Dick Sullivan. A defeat, however, at
the hands of the alleged "demon" will
assuredly sound "taps" over Mr. Mil
ler's pugilistic career. Therefore, as
an eminent divine once said, it be
hooves him to do his best.
The sale of seats has commenced, if
you notice a human stream wending
Its way toward the Orpheum's classic
portals, you may know by tho same
token, that the rush for pasteboards Is
fast and furious.
Harry Papke a cousin of Billy Papke
the sturdy middleweight boxer, called
at The Star office this morning aud Is
sued a challenge on the part of Garnell,
a wrestler, to meet anyone in the Ter
ritory under catch-as-can rules.
Gornell, who weights 172 pounds, Is
a Russian and arrived here by the
transport DIx. He has been wrestling
at the coast and claims to possess a
His manager would like to match
him with Sailor Roberts, and it Is
understood that the latter Is willing
to accept the challenge
Any ansyer sent to this office will I
receive immediate attention.
EXTRYLDCTRY ! !
The only thing doing In Hotel street
sporting circles up to the time of go
lng to press was Tommy Lane's chal
lenglng "A. Mutt" Heine to a glass of
Tne little Australian's den was
promptly taken up and tho bout, which
was refereed by Jack Roberts, resulted
In a draw the beer being drawn.
Charlie Rellly is wearing what Jack
London called a golden smile these
days. Frankle Smith is said to have
taken accurate measure ot said smile.
Tho annual meeting of the Hawaii
Yacht Club will be held tomorrow
night. At it the fate of tho great white
elephant will bo decided.
Co. G. peat Co. E. in a game of
baseball at Fort Shatter yesterday by
the score of G to 4.
There will bo a game of baseball on
Thursday night in tho gym ot the Y.
M. C. A. between Fort Shatter and the
Y. M. C. A, commencing at 8 o'clock.
There will bo a meeting of tfyo inter
scholastic soccer players tomorrow
night to decide whether or not there
shall be any postponement of tho lea
gue games on account of the visit of
the Reach baseball team.
Thoro will be a meeting of the Ha-
P TOR FT
SIENS DAMAGES MSB
Mavor Fern yesterday afternoon
signed tho payrolls aud salary demands
passed by the Board of Supervisors
and tho question of whether or not mln& ad Manuel Mio. 111 wnicn
warranto shall Issue was thus put up J3 dn tho sllm oC 30u were
to Auditor Blcknell. But Mayor Fern c a '
, , .. , This Is an old matter, dating from
was careful In countersigning the do- th(j UmQ Qf tho funera, of th(j JaUj
cumonts to state his position In tho princo David Kawananakoa. The corn
matter, and where there Is a dispute plaint was that tho road supervisor
as to cmnlovcs. whether they are lo- alltl ls men, in order to clear tho
gaily appointed, he affixes the follow-
lng by way of'preamable to counter-
.,,,,. , .
Without prejudice to my conton-
tion that the within demand or de-
mands are Illegal because in favor ot
a person or persons not legally an em-
ploye of the city and county, and
without prejudice to my contention
mat the resolution appropriating mo-
ney, among other purposes, to pay the
within demand or demands, is illegal
and void (being Resolution Making
Appropriations for the Various Servi
ces of the City and County of Hono
lulu), and without certifying otherwise
to tho legality of the within demand
or demands, I hereby countersign tho
On payrolls and salary demands
where there is no question of validity
of appointment but where the Mayor
questions tho legality of tho appropria
tion, ho merely notes that he counter
signs without prejudice to his conten
tion that the annronrlatinns urn nnt
At 7:35 last evening five minute
after the appointed time of meeting
there wm ni . t-..!- L1 -I'
v.. ji emu OUjJCl1
visor Mcuieiian, Democrat, nresent.
but a moment later five of the Repub
lican Six, Cox being absent, hied in
with tho Deputy County Attorney and
it appeared, that inasmuch as the Ala.
yor had, somewhat unexpectedly, coun
tersigned the salary and payroll de-
manas, wntx the modifications noted.
the Supervisor; hadneTonce' 1
consultation in the County Attorney's
The formal notification by tho Citv
and County Clerk came at the end of
ordinance Introduced by Kane
seconded by Quinn, was read first and
second times and ordered published,
authorizing the Board of Supervisors
to appoint certain clerical assistance,!
under the Charter, in aid of the City!
ana county Clerk as ex-offlcio clerk of ,
the Board of Supervisors; one chief
clerk at ?120, one clerk at ?80, one1
stenographer and typewriter at ?100,
and one typewriter at ?I0.
Aylett introduced an ordinance,
which passed first and second reading,
and was ordered published, prohibiting
the erection, maintenance or use ot
any tenement building within Ave
hundred feet of a school, Deputy At
torney Mllverton explaining that the
ordinance was intended to correct
faults pointed out by the Sn
Court in tho nrevlouslx' xIrHtut ni.ni i
ance which had failed for that It pro
hibited only the erection of such
buildings. Mllverton explained that
the invalid ordinance had been pre
pared by private counsel and the new
ordinance had been prepared in the
County Attorney's office.
Tho ordinance fixing tho pay of vari
ous -deputies under elective heads was
passed on third reading.
CURE THAT COLD WHILE YOU CAN
Better spend the small amount a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
would cost you right now than to run
the risk or a cold developing Into pneu
monia, which may mean a big doctor'3
bill. For sale by all dealers, Benson,
Smiith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
in the Ellto building on Hotel street.
The annual election of officers will take
There will be a meeting of tho Kara
nlanaole baseball league tonight to de
cide whether there shall be any post
ponement of tho league games on ac
count ot the coming international base
JJanuary 2C Hawaiian Kennel Club
meets, 7:30 p! m.
January 27 Basketball, Fort Shatter
vs. Y. M. C. A.
January 29. Reach baseball team ar
rives. January 30. Boxing, Frankle Smith
January 30 Opening game of Reach
February 1 Bowling tournament
February 2 Diamond Head A. C.
smoker, Hcalanl boathouse.
February 27 Y. M. a A; track
February 13 Boxing, Sullivan vs.
Funeral services for tho lato Mrs.
Mary Katio Slnglehurst, who died Sat
urday night, will bo held at St. Clem
ent's church at 4 p. m. today, Tho
he vHa- body will be returned to England for
Judgo Andrade this morning ren-
-cd an oral decision in the case of
Humphreys vs. iioau supervisor uora-
way for the funeral procession, had
anf despoiled a fine ponciana treo
belonging to Nra. A. S. Humphreys.
The fact of tho tree being cut was
Ilot denledi out ,t
was contended In
defenBe tllat tho treo WM an obstruc.
tlon to trafllc and that Ule removal o
lts nrotrUuinir branch . n t.
ter wlthln the autilority ot tho defen.
Judge Andrade decided, in brief, that
the branches of the tree in question
Z " "m.l "e 'uau
w.iciii,, iwi tumuli iiiu uuienuaius
acted, had tho right to cut them down.
Appeal will be taken by complaint
to tho Circuit Court.
After a chowder served at small ta-
,n. . th.e Parlsh .home ,IaSt niBht'
T T , . Unln
churcl1 heard reports from tho differ-
ent sections. All were shown to be in
good working order. Captain C. P.
Ress, U. S. N., then delivered an ad
dress on "Personal Recollections." He
told of his first visit to Honolulu in
1873 in the cruiser Portsmouth and of
later visits. Proceeding he gave a gra
phic account of the Battle of Manila,
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intense Interest and applauded
, yesterday he was
"s Bomewnal improved ana would
u twu weuKB 111 Ule V0lcano
There are in it extract
of hops a fine natural
tonic and malt barley-
a predigested food
of the best quality. - -
TRY a CASE of it AT HOME
CO C RT
On Saturday night tho ICaahumanu
Society will glvo a concert and danco
for tho bencflt of tho society. This
society was founded solely for benevo
lence and Is composed mainly ot Ha
waiian women for the purpose of help
ing one another during sickness as
well as defraying expenses in case a
The concert on Saturday night will
be under tho management of Ernest
Kaal. Some old time Hawaiian songs
will be rendered, and a good old time
Tho patronesses are: Mrs. Kekaanl
auokalanl Pratt, Miss Lucy Kaopaulu
Poabody, Miss Wahinolkalll Kahoalii,
Mrs. Kulamanu Allen, Mrs. Kamaka
Stillman, Mrs. Paakaiulaula Bush, Mrs.
Ilikealil Auld, Mrs. Harriet Townsend,
Mrs. Mary Adanrs, Mrs. Emma Alma
Nawahl, Mrs. Kahaawelanl Kahea,
Mrn. Edgar Henrlques, Mrs. Geo. H.
Robertson, Mrs. E. A. Mclnemy.
Tickets fifty cents and can be had of
the members or at tho door.
"Tag Day," an institution for chirlty
which has proved a success on the
coast, Is to be introduced in Honolulu.
February fi is the date fixed. "Have
the Babies'' will be the slogan, the ob
ject of the money from the gentle hold
ups being the extension of the pure
milk supply for children. Committees
were appointed. at a meeting at tho
home of Mrs. F. J. Lowrey yesterday
The city was districted and the task
of reaching practically every person in
Honolulu will be undertaken. A hun
dred or more young ladies will be ac
tual solicitors,, and they will be armed
with tags and banks for the money.
The collectors will be chaperoned from
downtown headquarters. Organiza
tion will be very thorough, work will
be from seven in the morning till five
In the evening, and it Is planued lo
use 30,000 tags, which have been given
by the Advertiser, the Star and the
Merchantile Printing Company. Sums
nf Itinnpv frnm n nlntrnl t. nhuMrc frr
$tooo will be gratefully accepted and
wm be used judiciously.
Fine Job Printing, star Offlcei
the best company
It gives yon
s o n n d ,
sleep. - - -
The Best and
Captain E. Wircchulelt was fined
f 1 Ly Judgo Dole for contempt of court,
ho' having been brought from San Fran
cisco to answer, that charge. W. L.
Stanley appearing for him showed that
the alleged contempt was due largely
to circumstances of respondent's occu
pation. Atter sentence District Vt
torney R. W. Breckons objected to tho
small fine, claiming that at least $10
or ?15 should have been Imposed to
cover some of the expenses of the
United States. The court refused to
go back on Its tracks. There was a
discussion of the question whether
contempt of court was a civil or a
criminal offense, Breckons holding It
was criminal, contrary to the view ot
the Attorney General of the Unltea
States in the case of the labor leaders
EXTERNAL REMEDY FOR ECZEMA
Why Salves Fall While a Simple Liquid
Has Accomplished Thousand of Cures.
It Is now thoroughly established
among the best .medical authorities
that eczema is purely a skin disease,
due to a germ and curable only through
the skin. It is not a blood disease at
all; in fact, thousands of peoplo suf
fer with skin disease and aro perfect
ly healthy otherwise, and therefore
prove they have no diseased blood.
Smeary salves cannot reach the
germs because they do not penotrato
the skin. The Only way to reach tho
germs is by means of a penetrating
Such a liquid can be obtained by
simply mixing ordinary oil of winter
green with thymol, glycerine and oth
er healing agent. This compound
known as D. D. D-. Prescription stops
the itch instantly and the cures all
appear to bo permanent In fact, it
took thousands of cures, case after
case, before the best scientific author
ities were convinced of the absolute
merit of this remedy. Tho effect of
D. D. D. Prescription in numbing tho
Itching eczema germs is seen within
one minute after the first application.
We especially recommend D. D. D. Soap
in connection with this treatment Ho
nolulu Drug Co., Odd Fellow's Build
ing, Fort street